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CMA CGM container ship under tow after 11-day drift, Indian ocean

Container ship CMA CGM KAILAS, serving Noura Express Line, Indian ocean, was disabled on Dec 20 some 395 nm SW of Male, Maldives, while en route from Nacala Mozambique to either Mundra or Dubai, with ETA Dec 22. Cause of trouble unknown, salvage was appointed, and on Dec 31 she was taken on tow by offshore tug TEJA (IMO 9274783), to be towed to Colombo with ETA Jan 11. As of 0540 UTC Jan 1, the caravan was some 400 nm SW of Male, sailing NE at some 4.5 knots speed.
UPDATE: The ship encountered a generators malfunction.

Container Ship CMA CGM KAILAS is currently located at EAFR – East Africa at position 03° 40′ 21.0″ S, 055° 36′ 23.4″ E as reported by MarineTraffic Terrestrial Automatic Identification System on 2021-12-18 11:50 UTC (14 days, 6 hours ago)

The vessel departed from PORT VICTORIA, SC on 2021-12-18 12:24 LT (UTC +4) and is currently sailing at 17.8 knots in the North direction

CMA CGM KAILAS (IMO: 9339545) is a Container Ship that was built in 2006 (16 years ago) and is sailing under the flag of Panama.
Its carrying capacity is 1858 TEU and her current draught is reported to be 8.6 meters. Her length overall (LOA) is 196.78 meters and her width is 27.8 meters.

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Source: Accidents by Mikhail Voytenko + Marine Traffic 

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